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bulletshock338 Wednesday, November 12th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
2 years
Products Used:
ion, epiphany, sp8, sp1, vibe
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Eos red on black, odessy halo b v35, draxxus 48/3000 tank
i would get a drop and maybe a new reg, the stock one is ok.
Strengths: Freak jr, firebolt, bolt out back, clamping feedneck, fast, on/off asa.
Weaknesses: Asa can loosen(not hard to tighten set screw), changing firing modes a pain
Review: This gun is great, i bought it in the summer, and it sat in my room for a month before i shot it. The first time i used it, i worked beautifully. My only problem was that i couldnt tighten my tank on too much or it would not recharge my reg fast enough to walk the trigger. Other than that i had no problems with this gun, its easy to clean, shoot and i really couldn't care if it is an upped ion, needless to say i think its just an improved or better ion.

Definitely a great gun, it has taken the spot of my x7 as primary weapon.
Conclusion: I recommend this marker because of its affordability, speed, and physical features.

A solid 9/10
9 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, November 13th, 2008 at 7:00 am PST

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